Interview With Music Artist Sick Boy Slick

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1. Where are we talking from today?

A. Milledgeville, Ga

2. What would you like to accomplish in 2019?

A. I would like to promote my music more and widen the range of show performances.

3. What is your take on politics?

A. I will voice my opinion on politics, but I don’t debate politics.

4. Where did you get your artist name from?

A. From a childhood nickname.

5. Growing up, how important has music been in your life? Can you recall the moment when you decided that you wanted to be a musician? Was it an easy or difficult choice to make?

A. I  have always been in love with music, no matter the genre. Music has always been my out. The moment I decided that I wanted to be a musician, I was sitting in In-school Suspension (ISS) and several guys were passing around a sheet of paper taking turns rapping the lyrics. I asked could I try. Their response was white guys don’t rap. My first thought was I live in the same hood
ya’ll live in, and my second thought was I’ll prove them wrong. So I did. It was an easy choice to make because of my passion for music, and I felt I had something to prove.

6. Was there ever a time when you thought about doing something else? If you weren’t a musician today, what could you see yourself doing?

A. Music is a passion, but not my main source of income. I have always been realistic with myself about the odds of making it big in the music industry. By trade, I am an HVAC service tech. In my off time, I am an entertainer.

7. What has been the biggest surprise so far about making music your career? What has been an unexpected or welcome challenge to it all?

A. The challenge is wanting to be a full-time musician
and entertainer, but I have bills to pay and mouths to feed. The chance of being a mainstream artist doesn’t come overnight.

8. Music-wise what are you working on right now? Are you currently promoting a single or album?

A. Right now I am currently working on a self-titled Sickboy Slick album with features from some of Georgia’s hottest unsigned artists.

9. Who are some of your favorite artists or rather, what musicians have continued to inspire you and your music? Who would you still love to work with in the future?

A. T.I. is my favorite artist and has been a big inspiration to me. I would love to work with T.I., Rick Ross, Jay-Z, and Snoop Dog.

10. What has it been like keeping up with your social media accounts and all of the different platforms? Is it hard to stay up to date on it all? What would you say is your favorite way to connect with your fans now?

A. To be honest, I myself have been my biggest downfall on social
media not devoting enough time, not creating enough pages. I like to share my music on Facebook, Reverbnation, and YouTube. My favorite way to distribute my music is by performing at shows and handing out CDs personally. I am a hands-on kinda guy.

11. If you were going to be stranded on a deserted island, what musical item would you take
with you and why?

A. A dictionary, pen, and paper because if I’m on a stranded island it means I got a lot of downtime. And in my downtime, I could grow lyrically by expanding my vocabulary. Pencil and paper are to capture the magic.

12. If your music was going to be featured on any TV show that is currently on right now, which would you love it to be on? Or if you prefer, what is a movie that you love that you wish your music was featured in?

A. I would like my music to be on any TV show that has anything to do with power, respect, and loyalty.

13. At the end of the day, what do you hope people take away from your music?

A. At the end of the day, I hope what people take away from my music is that the struggle is real. Educate and apply yourself in life to be the best you, because this world has many obstacles.

14. When you are not making music what else do you enjoy to do?

A. Spending time with my kids and wife.

15. Where you @ online?

A. I am on Facebook, Reverbnation, and Youtube.

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